Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Saxon Polenz Chevauleger Regiment
















22 comments:

  1. Very cool, Phil! The red jacket with cornflower blue facings and white webbing is a handsome combination. Excellent!

    Why does one trooper in the back rank carry a blue portmanteau when his buddies all have red? Trying to be make a statement?

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    1. Thanks Jon!
      As for the blue portmanteau, I mounted the trooper on the wrong horse! The officer should be riding with the blue portmanteau! :o)) Also the trumpeter should have red plume instead of white..... corrections have be made....... oh Nurse! :o)

      cheers,

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  2. Nicely done. Fine work on the Horse's too, I really like how you've done them.

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    1. Thanks Nate for your kind words, glad you like my cavalry!

      cheers,

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  3. Lovely work on the Saxon light cavalry Phil!

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    1. Thanks Francis, much appreciated!
      all the best,
      cheers

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  5. Fantastic, they will illuminate the battlefields!

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    1. Thank you Rodger, glad you like my brush work on my cavalry...umm hmm...perhaps need more detail brushing on the horses?....

      cheers,

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    1. Thanks Lawrence, all the best to you Sir!

      cheers,

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  8. The Saxon Cavalry are glorious, and you've done them justice here - I especially like the oak leaf pattern on the officer's shako.

    Just need at least one unit of heavies to go with them! :-)

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    1. Thanks Pete for your kind words and support! not to sure if I want to get or need the Saxon Heavy Cavalry... a little low on funds (money) to purchase the figures :o(

      cheers,

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  9. Sorry bit late to comment i have been away for week, very nice figures Phil, and boy u are churning stuff out of late!

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    1. Thanks Chris! your kind commentary are always welcomed! :o)

      cheers,

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    1. Thank you Christopher much appreciated!
      all the best to you Sir!

      cheers,

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  11. Very nice Phil, well done getting the light cavalry ticked off!!!

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